Originally Posted by DooMLoRD
Well you can check that the cpu has throttled back to either 918Mhz or 1026Mhz...
I think I will remove this kernel level fail-Safe..
You probably know that these thermal throttling values can be edited in /system/etc/sysmon.cfg, so you could symlink this file to your kernel. But I am writing this, just to be sure.
I've played much with these values and I really don't suggest removing this feature.
S4 cannot even handle continuous 1200MHz in room temperature for longer time and cpu temperature has tendency to go over 80°C. That makes battery temperature to go over 50°C and it's quite high.
And I forgot, I had to disable "thermald", because it is somehow involved in thermal throttling too (in JB) and two thermal throttling features in one phone, is too much. Sysmon is enough.